Dashboard – Any area to control all operating applications, especially website, blogging software, and user profiles for websites.
Del.icio.us – It is a popular bookmarking site.
De-listing – See “ban.”
Directory – This sites storing the websites details seo people maily used to get back link.
DMOZ – Also known as the the Directory Project, this continually expanding directory is run by volunteers.
DNS – It is a “Domain Name Service,” “Domain Name Server,” and “Domain Name System”:
Doorway Page – A low-content page traditionally created expressly for the purpose of ranking on a search engine.
Entry – A piece of writing posted to a blog, microblog, wiki, or other easy-access Web publishing platform.
Facebook – Social Networking Networking
Flash – Refers to a form of video software developed by Adobe Macromedia.
Flickr – A media-hosting network where users can upload and share image files.
Forum – An area on a website for clearing doubts and in this questions and answer
Frames – See “iFrames.”
Gateway Page – See “doorway page.”
Graphical Search Inventory – Images and banner ads that are tied to particular search terms on a search engine.
Groups – A group people share their toughts , feeling and form as group in social networking sites.
H-Tags (H1, H2, etc.) – Header tags it mainly used in HTML In seo mainly target H1 Tag.
Hashtag – A symbol (#) placed directly in front of a word or words to tag a post on Twitter, facebook and other social networking sites.
HTML – Hypertext markup language (HTML) refers to the text-based language which is used to create websites.
Hyperlink – Creating link through using anchor text wich forwords the another page of same website or other website is called hyperlink.
Impression – If any visitor see our ad, our site in SERP’s they called impression.
Index – Storing the details in SE Indexing means storing our website details.
Inbound Link – It is a link that comes from other website our website it is also called as Back link.
IP Address – This series of numbers and periods represents the unique numeric address for each Internet user.
Jaiku – A cousin of Twitter, this now-defunct microblogging social network and mobile-phone app was started in Finland and later purchased by Google.
Kaboodle – it is a social shopping network by using to create their own shopping lists and find, suggest and share products and reviews.
Keywords – It is technical terms wihich search terms are related business those terms we called as keywords.
Keyword Density – Quantity of keywords in the content.
Keyword Proximity – The relative placement of keywords in prominent place of a content, including the distance between keywords in the visible text.
Landing Page – When users or visitors click your ads, your site links then opens a webpage that page is called Landing page.
Link Popularity – A measurement of the number and quality link to a given backlinks to our site, especially as cataloged in a search-engine index.
Link Text – See “anchor text.”
Listings – A listing is a website’s presence in a search engine or directory.
Meta-Tags – Also called meta-data, this information found in HTML page and it store in headers sections in this tags we place overall terms of website.
Meta-Description Tag – It is also place in header section it gives the overall description of webpage.
Microblog – A microblog is a social media utility where users can share short status updates and information.
Mirror Site – Duplicate copy of a website already in existence, used to increase response time for high-volume sites.
Natural Listings – See “organic listings.”
Nofollow – “Nofollow”it place in anctore text . It is used to prevent a search engine from indexing a link to a particular Web page.
Organic Listings – Also known as “natural” listings, these are SE results that have not been purchased. They are calculated solely by an SE algorithm and are based on the merits of the listed pages.
Outbound Link – Any link on a Web page to an external Web page.
Paid Listings – By paying some amount to Advertiser to list our website is call Paid listing some takes per click those are called pay per click.
Paid Placement – See “pay-per-click.”
Pay-Per-Click – Is also called as “PPC,” We have to pay money per click.
Pop-Up Ad – It is automatically opens (or “pops up” in) a new window in a browser when website loads.
PPC – An abbreviation for “pay-per-click.”
Query – The term(s) entered into a search engine by the user.
Ranking(s) – Position of our website links appear in SERPS is called ranking.
Reciprocal Link – Sharing the links mutually is called reciprocal.
Redirect – See “301 redirect.”
Robot – Also known as “bot.” See “crawler.”
Robots.txt – A text file included on a website that directs a SE to include/exclude particular pages from its index.
ROI – An acronym for “return-on-investment.” ROI is the percentage of profit from a given digital marketing activity.
For example, if you pay 50Rs a month for CPC advertising, and it leads to 500Rs in profit, your ROI would be 1000%.
RSS – “Really simple syndication” is the process by which content such as blog posts or podcasts can be updated regularly and syndicated to subscribers in feeds.
Search Engine – Noting but programming and showing information
Search-Engine Marketing (SEM) – Its a adverisment formate of SE By paying money.
Search-Engine Optimization (SEO) – It is process to bring top our web in SERP for Business Search term.
Search Term – The precise word or phrase(s) entered into a search engine by a user (also called a “query”).
SEM – An abbreviation for “search-engine marketing.”
SEO – An abbreviation for “search-engine optimization.”
SERP – An acronym for “search engine results page,” displayed after a query is entered on a search
Spider – Same as “crawler.”
Tag – A keyword which is attached to a post, tweet for particular post terms.
Title Tag – It is provides the information of Post.
UGC – See “user-generated content.”
Unique Visitor – If your site having visitors in that those come for 1st time is called new visitor.
URL – “Universal” or “uniform resource locator,”.
Web 2.0 – This complex term covers many dimensions of the contemporary Web, including quick user access to streaming video, audio, images and other popular content.
Webinar – A Web-based seminar containing audio and video, often in the form of a slide deck.